The Bronte lake system comprises 4 main lakes; Bronte Lagoon, Bradys Lake, Lake Binney, and Tungatinah Lagoon. These lakes were developed between 1952-56 as water storages to operate the Tungatinah power station on the Nive River. Lake Binney is located directly beside the A10 highways connecting Hobart with the West Coast of Tasmania. From the highway, you will find signposts for the Boat Ramp at Lake Binney, which is located some 3 kilometres south of the campsite at Bradys Lake. This area has reasonable small bush campsites near the boat ramp at Lake Binney. Across the Dam wall, you will also find other campsites, being on the eastern shore of Lake Binney. These are accessed via a road that crosses the dam wall. The campsites Lake Binney are bush camping, and the area is suitable for larger vehicles. Please note there are no facilities; bring your own fuel stove, water, and a portable toilet is recommended. The lake and river system in this area is dominated by naturally spawned brown trout however rainbow trout in smaller numbers exist in both Bronte Lagoon and Bradys Lake. More recently Atlantic salmon and brook trout have been stocked into these water systems. Lake Binney generally provides offers good fly fishing early in the Trout Fishing season in Tasmania. Try fishing to tailing trout on the southern shore from Fly Corner to Woodwards Bay. Please note, camping is only allowed in designated areas and there are no facilities. To camp in this area, you must be fully self-sufficient. See also: Camping Lake King William, Camping Bradys Lake, Camping Lake Augusta, Laughing Jack Lagoon Camping, Camping Bronte Lagoon, Camping Tungatinah Power Station, Woods Lake Camping, Camping Penstock Lagoon, Camping Lake Sorell, Camping Pump House Bay, Camping Repulse Dam, Camping Walls Of Jerusalem National Park
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